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Related painters

 

Here you will find (in alphabetical order) short info on related painters that didn’t join the impressionist expositions. Some belonged to impressionist circles of friends, like Manet and Bazille. Some did meet and paint with the Impressionists. Others were involved with earlier initiatives for independent exhibitions, see.
You will find short info related to the Impressionists and the Paris Salon. And extra links to more info (on Wikipedia) and pictures (on the-athenaeum.org; wikimedia; askart, etc.). See here for the general references (=R) and here for the references to internet pages (=iR).
Note: of many painters more info still has to be added.

 

Autier

Autier was mentioned by Alexis, 1873/05/05 as one of the artists involved in organizing an independent exhibition, see.

Bastien-Lepage, Jules (1848-84)

Naturalist; influenced by Courbet and Millet. Famous for his peasant scenes; his many portraits are painted quite expressive; his colours are consistently subdued; his brushstroke smooth, rendering selective details (R13, p30; R3,p214). 1867: study at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts at Cabanel.  Prix de Rome 1875: second place; Salon 1878: succes (R3,p646). More info; pictures.

Bazille, Frédéric (1841-70)

Joined Renoir, Monet and Sisley at the studio of Gleyre (1862) and in Fontainebleau (1863 onwards); shared his lodgings and supported them financially. Influenced by Manet and Courbet (R3,p646). 1866: debut at the Salon. 1867: request for an independent exposition. Important member of the early Impressionist art-movement; had many contacts with other Impressionists, see. His colours are rather bright, but his brushstroke is very smooth. 1870/11/28: Died in the Franco-Prussian war (R5,p64).  More info ; more info in Dutch (=iR21); pictures .

Bazille, 1864, The Pink Dress, 147×106, Orsay

Bazille, Réunion de Familie, 1867, CR29, The Artist’s Family, 152×230, Orsay, S1868-A

Bazille, Vue de village, 1868, CR36, View of the Village, 137×45, MF Montpellier, S1869-149 (iR2)
Béraud, 1880-81ca, A windy day on the Pont des Arts, 40×57, Metropolitan
Beraud, Jean (1849-1936)

Befriended with Manet. Educated at the studio of Bonnat. (R3,p647). Painted many city views in Paris, rendering the fleeting moments of everyday life (R3,p214). In that sense related to the impressionists, especially Degas. 1873: Debut at the Salon;  1876 succes at the Salon with an atmospheric picture painted in brownish and greyish tones. His brushstroke is mostly smooth, rendering detail; using black and brownish and greyish tones. In that sense he didn’t paint in an impressionistic style. Exhibited with Monet at the Exposition Internationale of George Petit (R2,p422). more info; pictures;

 

 

Cazin, 1880, Agar et Ismaël, 252×202, MBA Tours
Cazin, Jean-Charles (1841-1901):

First should partake with the 4th ‘impressionist’ exposition in 1879, but eventually didn’t (R2,p247). Connections with Legros and Puvis de Chavannes. 1863-72: paints biblical themes. 1876: Salon des Réfusés. Salon 1880: medal first class with Agar et Ismaël.  More info ; pictures .

 

Cazin, Marie (1844-1924):
1868: marries with Jean-Charles Cazin. Also a sculpture. First should partake with the 4th ‘impressionist’ exposition in 1879, but eventually didn’t (R2,p247). 1889 Exposition Universelle: medal d’or. Paints with many greyish and brownish tones; in that sense no Impressionist. More info ; pictures .

 

 

Clairin, S1876, portrait de Sarah Bernhardt, 250×200, PP Paris
Clairin, Georges (1843-1919):

First should partake with the 4th ‘impressionist’ exposition in 1879, but eventually didn’t (R2,p247). Painted several portraits of Sarah Bernhardt, the first one exhibited at the Salon of 1876 received positive critics. Paints in a more Realist style. More info ; pictures .

Coste, Nume

Coste was mentioned by Alexis, 1873/05/05 as one of the artists involved in organizing an independent exhibition, see .

Coeur, Jules le (1832-82)

His wife died in 1862. Gave up architecture for painting. Probably followed lessons at Gleyre, where he probably met Renoir. Early 1865: accompanying Renoir’s submitting to the Salon, he gives the adres of Jules le Coeur, which is 43, Avenue d’Eyleau, now 43, Victor Hugo, Paris (see =iR21). 1865: bought the villa ‘La Tour’ in 16, Rue Murger, Bourron-Marlotte  near Fontainebleau (R8, p.295; see); Renoir who was a close friend of him, often stayed there. 1866: was 2x a model for Renoir (R30,no.11+14). 1868: His brother Charles gave Renoir commission to decorate his ceilings. 1866-74: Renoir portrait the Le Coeur family (R30,no. 15+44+58+63+104+111+130+131). 1873: Exhibited a portrait and a landscape at the Salon des Réfusés.  (R31,no5). The friendship with Renoir ended 1874 after he had declared his love for the 16 year old Marie le Coeur (R30,no130). Still some sources say Renoir painted a Mme. Le Coeur in 1878 (R30,no324). Auction info ; pictures .

Destram (18??-??)

First should partake with the 4th ‘impressionist’ exposition in 1879, but eventually didn’t (R2,p247). No info on the internet, not mentioned in the Salon database ; no pictures found on the internet .

Dubois-Pillet (1846-90)

Guillaumin decided not to invite him for the eight ‘impressionist’ exposition in 1886 (R2,p425). More info ; pictures .

Fatin-Latour, Henri (1836-1904)

Studies for a short while at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts and by Courbet. Also visited Café Guerbois. Befriended with Manet and Whistler. At the Salon: 1859: rejected; 1861: debut; 1863: Salon des Réfusés; 1865: Hommage a Delacroix; 1867: Portrait of Manet. Had several contacts among the Impressionists. (R3,p661). 1870: painted his famous ‘A studio at Les Batignolles’, see.  In that sense he belonged to the impressionist art-movement. He painted many flower still-lives, but also many mythological themes. Painted in a realist style, in that sense he didn’t paint in an impressionist painting style. More info; more info in Dutch (=iR21); pictures.

Fatin-Latour, 1865, Vase of Flowers with a Coffee Cup, xx, (iR6)

Fatin-Latour, 1867, Édouard Manet, 118×90, AI Chicago, (iR6)

Fatin-Latour, 1877, La Lecture, xx, MBA Lyon, (iR6)
Feyen-Perrin, Francois-Nicolas-Augustin

Feyen-Perrin was one of the co-founders of the ‘Société Anonyme…’.

Gautier, Amand:

Gautier was mentioned by Alexis, 1873/05/05 as one of the artists involved in organizing an independent exhibition, see .

Gervex, Henri (1852-1929)

A friend of Renoir, see. 1885: exhibited at the Exposition International of George Petit (R2,p422). More info ; pictures .

Goeneutte, Norbert (1854-94)

A friend of Renoir, see.  (R3,p214) More info ; pictures .

Gonzalès, Eva (1849-83)

A pupil of Manet and Charles Chaplin (1825-1891). Painted a small oeuvre with a varying quality. Maried with Guérard. Died after the birth of her first child. (R3,171/2)

Guillemet, Antoine (1843-1918)

Related to pre-impressionists like Corot, Courbet and Daubigny, to Impressionists like Cézanne, Degas, Monet, Morisot and Pissarro; and to related painters like Bazille, Fatin-Latour, Manet and Stevens. 1865: Debut at the Salon; 1867: sub-scribed the plea of Bazille for an independent exhibition;  1874: succes at the Salon, continued exhibiting at the Salon; 1889 Exposition International Universelle: showed 7 works. Painted many landscapes and views of Paris.  More info ; pictures .

Hayet, Louis (1864-1940)

Guillaumin decided not to invite him for the eight ‘impressionist’ exposition in 1886 (R2,p425). More info ; pictures .

Lestringuez, Eugène-Pierre

A friend of Renoir. More info ; pictures .

Lévy, Henri-Michel:

Did not want to partake in the ‘Société Anonyme…’  (R2,p105).

Lhermitte: 

First should partake with the 4th ‘impressionist’ exposition in 1879, but eventually didn’t (R2,p247). More info ; pictures .

Manet, Edouard (1832-83)

Seen as the leader of the impressionist art-movement. Still it is under influence of Morisot and later of Monet in 1874 that he started to paint in a more impressionist painting style (R3,p162-5). Before that he used a lot of blacks and browns. And he never wanted to join the ‘impressionist’ expositions, preferring to submit to the Salon. More info ; more info in Dutch (=iR21); pictures ; more pictures (=iR56).

Marison, Fortuné:

1866: threatened to organize an independent exhibition, see (R2,p96+114).

Mettling, Louis

Mettling was one of the co-founders of the ‘Société Anonyme…’ . He probably was the teacher of Attendu who did join in 1874.

Rios, Ricardo de los Rios:

Rios didn’t want to join the ‘Société Anonyme…’ (R2,p105+116).

Stevens, Alfred (1823-1906):

1871: known with Morisot; he should have earned 100.00 franc with smooth and detailed paintings (R3,p217).

Tissot, James (1836-1902):

Actually called Jacques. Befriended with Degas and related painters like Manet and Whistler. 1859: Debut at the Salon. 1871: participates in the Paris Commune; afterwards emigrates to England. Moffett mentions him as one of the painters that probably was invited to join the ‘Société Anonyme…’, but who didn’t (R2,p105). 1874 or 75: with Manet to Venice. 1882: Returns to Paris. 1889: Golden medal at the ‘Exposition International Universelle’. (R3,p217). Renders a lot of detail; in that sense no impressionist. More info ; pictures .

Van Gogh, Vincent (1853-90)

Dutch painter. 1886/02/05: moved to Paris; saw the 8th ‘impressionist’ exposition, but never joined them. He wrongly is often included as one of the impressionists. More correctly he can be seen as a Neo-Impressionist or Post-Impressionist, see. With his expressieve painting style he inspired the Fauves and other expressionists. More info; pictures ; more pictures (=iR56); more pictures .

Visconti

Visconti was mentioned by Alexis, 1873/05/05 as one of the artists involved in organizing an independent exhibition, see

Whistler, James Abbott McNeill (1834-1903)

First influenced by the realism of Courbet and by Japonism. Born in the USA. 1855 moved to Paris (R58,p183); 1856: studied at Gleyre; befriend with Fatin-Latour, Legros, Courbet (R3,p704). Many of his paintings are called after colours and musical thermes. Some of his nocturnes are almost abstract, leaving out details and preferring to render mist. Though he is related to the Impressionists and tries to render the impression of a mood, he was not an Impressionist; he mostly painted in his studio (R58,p188). More info ; more info on his etchings (=iR31); pictures .